Miguel Chevalier’s amazing projections at Cambridge University #ArtTuesday
Earlier this year we were impressed by Miguel Chevalier’s incredible Digital Arabesque (an interactive instalation influenced by Moroccan design). In October Miguel Chevalier inspired us again, using digital language to illustrate academic subjects at the university of Cambridge. Via DesignBoom
at the occasion of a fundraising campaign organized by the university of cambridge in king’s college chapel, the artist miguel chevalier was invited to create a series of immersive projections to accompany the speeches of renowned professors and alumni. for the event, the artist imagines a number of different graphic universes, which are generated in real time and use their own digital language to illustrate and interpret a wide variety of subjects including academic excellence, health, africa, biology, neurosciences, physics, biotechnologies, etc.
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